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Maywood Deputy Fire Chief wants fire hydrants cleared

Maywood's deputy fire chief addressed the council about the problem of fire hydrants buried in snow.

Maywood Police Department is down officers

Councilman Al Ballerini reported to the council on a police officer shortage.

Council looking at traffic safety in Maywood

The Maywood Council is looking into a couple of different ways to improve traffic in the borough.

Clearing snow from hydrants a problem in Maywood

The Maywood Council discussed the problem of snow covering fire hydrants in town and possible solutions at a Jan. 28 public meeting.

Maywood students run Souper Bowl food drive

The Souper Bowl of Caring is one of the annual food drives conducted by students at the Memorial Avenue School in Maywood to help local people who are struggling.

Eustace calls campaign spending ‘crazy’, cites need for reform

Eustace, D-Maywood, talks about his recent re-election in which he won a second term by 35 votes and the record amounts of money spent on the campaigns Legislative District 38 on Record Talk Radio.

Maywood Police Chief gives tips for holiday mall safety

New Jersey shoppers may be a little extra wary, even edgy, after recent incidents at two local malls.

Recount confirms Eustace's election to NJ Assembly

Final recount results Thursday from a tight race in Legislative District 38 confirmed that Assemblyman Tim Eustace, D-Maywood, has won election to a second term.

Race for District 38 Assembly seat narrows in Bergen County recount

The long race for a state assembly seat in District 38 narrowed Monday as a recount of paper ballots in Bergen County trimmed a lead by Assemblyman Tim Eustace, D-Maywood, over his closest Republican challenger Rochelle Park Mayor Joseph Scarpa from 54 to 36 votes.

Prosecutor: Death of Maywood woman likely not a homicide

The death of a Maywood woman whose partially-clothed body was found near Route 17 does not appear to be a homicide, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli said Thursday afternoon after an autopsy was completed.

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